Building a Winning Resume

• Create a core resume that you can modify according to the position you are applying for. • Put your name and contact information at the top of the page. Your name can be centered and bold, 14-16 font. Add key contact information such as your phone number and email address, web site and LinkedIn […]

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5 Most Productive Ways To Search for a Job

#1 An 86% Success Rate- Do homework on yourself, take a detailed inventory of what you have to offer and what you are looking for.  Take a detailed inventory of what you have to offer. Find out what skills you have that you enjoy using. What are your best skills.  These are your transferable skills. […]

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Winning Cover Letters

Try to limit your letter to one page. Use short, powerful evidence of your achievements, strengths and contributions that you would bring to the new employer. Analyze the job for noted and assumed needs and determine the most important skills the employer is looking for. Tell the prospective employer what you can offer. Outline your […]

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Tips For New Graduates

1. Clean up your digital dirt. 2. Rehearse for interviews. Do your homework on the company. 3. If you are looking for a job, identify the job titles you are interested in. 4. Consider yourself the product; market yourself on your resume and online. Create a LinkedIn Profile. 5. Consider an internship 6. Your image […]

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Effective Scheduling – Strategies for Weekly Planning

Weekly System of Scheduling Use your planner and set aside 15 minutes once a week (Sunday) to review what needs to be accomplished in the upcoming week. Write down all appointments, activities and weekend plans into your schedule. The blank spaces will show you what available time you have in the week. Create a list […]

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Staying On Top of Your To-Do List PART II

In Part I of using a to-do list, we started out identifying the purpose of such a list.Going a step further I’d like to suggest that a to-do list is used to manage a small number of tasks in the day such as making calls, sending emails, preparing a meeting agenda and going to the […]

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Using A To Do List Part I

In thinking about the topic of time management, I decided to address the issue of taking control of the things you have to do or remember “one day at a time” using a to-do list. Preparing to do lists has been frustrating for many people because there are so many things that need to get […]

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Choosing a College Major

Choosing a college major is one of the first important decisions young adults will make. For some there is an early calling, a “knowing” of what you are destined to do in life. But for most students finding the right major can be overwhelming. This article is intended to give you some direction about the […]

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Choosing the Right Career: Tips from an ADHD Coach

How do people decide what job or career is best for them? The process of career exploration for an adult with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a complex process that takes time. It demands a good amount of self-exploration, commitment to the process and being open to options you may have never have considered. […]

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How To Develop Your Personal Goals & Succeed At Accomplishing Them

If you want to start taking charge of your life, let me urge you to try personal goal setting as a first start Goal setting is a powerful process for thinking about what you want to accomplish in a given time period. I can provide you with guidance in setting personal goals for this year. […]

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